One month after Ilon Musk signed an agreement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to pay a fine of $ 20 million and resign from Tesla's chairmanship, it became clear who would want to become the company's leader. It is an independent board member, Robin Dennell, and at the same time the largest telecommunications operator in Australia, Telstra, Chief Financial Officer.
To take full advantage of her new job, Denlm will leave her post at Telstra six months in advance. She will also give up her role in the Tesla Audit Committee.
"Robin has a lot of experience in both the technology and automotive industry and over the past four years has significantly contributed to the transformation of Tesla into a profitable company as a board member," said Ilon Muss in Twitter.